In the past year or so, our international lawyers have seen a remarkable uptick in requests for advice and legal services related to the international cannabis/CBD trade. This business involves clients from all over the world seeking help on on import/export agreements, foreign direct investment, regulatory compliance, customs issues and everything in between. Things are evolving very fast in the cannabis/CBD industry and this is particularly true internationally.
- The treatment of cannabis (both marijuana and hemp) under international law;
- Import and export of medical marijuana, including customs issues;
- Import and export of hemp and CBD products, including customs issues;
- Considerations around foreign direct investment in U.S. cannabis businesses; and
- Your questions.
Register here to join us on Wednesday, March 4 at 12pm PST.
If you cannot attend, feel free to register anyway and submit questions prior to the event. Adams, Griffen, Nathalie and Vince will do their best to field them, and we will post a recording of the webinar afterward.
We hope to see you on March 4! In the meantime, check out our extensive series of international cannabis blog posts, which can be found here.
In the meantime, another one of our international lawyers, Jonathan Bench, was recently interviewed by the Wall Street Journal on “China is Ready for CBD. But Regulators Might Not Be.” You can listen to that interview here and I urge you to do so. Jonathan has written frequently on cannabis and CBD in China and — coronavirus willing — he will be speaking on that issue in Hong Kong in April.
For more on China and the business side of hemp/CBD/cannabis, check out the following: